You know hinged case backs, but what about a hinged front? And an exquisite one. But it is even nicer when you open it... That's what I call a nice looking and well thought tourbillon. The package... It was issued in 2001, in white gold and in rose gold.
www.hodinkee.com "Because silicon components are immune to magnetism, Breguet was able to use powerful micro-magnets to create a magnetic field around the balance staff. The magnetic field serves as a shock protector for the staff, improving its r
I recall a model for the Ginza store a few years ago with a central seconds, while undeniably attractive it was limited in number. The time only Classique on blue or even white enamel would be welcome. They have a blue dial central seconds with a date tha
Thanks to a fellow Purist I had the chance to acquire a pure classic which belongs to every decent watch collection imho: A Breguet Tourbillon. I like tourbillons pretty much and so there had to be one from the inventor of this complication! The classic i
But first, I should say that your personal Patek is very nice and please enjoy it. I have no intention to make anyone feel even a moment of challenge about their own watch. These are all lovely watches. Okay, now back to it: For Patek, you don't go from 5
A limited production of 35 pieces, the same number of tourbillon watches made during Abraham-Louis Breguet’s lifetime. A tribute to the timeless aesthetic and visionary genius of the master watchmaker. Specification: 41mm rose gold in gold, hand-engraved